"StarCraft" video game to be focus of college course

09/14/2010 | eCampus News (free registration)

The University of Florida is offering a course that allows students to earn credit by playing the video game "StarCraft." Educators say the strategy game will help improve students' 21st-century skills by teaching decision-making, resource management and analysis. The course is available this fall.

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